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Things to do during "cabin time" in Port Huron
Rent Port Huron MI vacation rental log cabins from $132/nt. Cabins, cottages, lodges and homes for rent in Port Huron, Michigan, can enjoy unique sites and unbelievable views in the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes. Port Huron is rich in both history and maritime lore, with one-of-a-kind attractions like the Huron Lightship — the only existing lightship on the Great Lakes.
This Midwest city of 30,000+ is home to the Great Lakes Maritime Center, where you can learn about freight movement on one of the world’s busiest waterways, as well as the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, the oldest working model in the state.
Port Huron, MI, is the seat of St. Claire County and enjoys a scenic spot along the St. Claire River, with a connection to Point Edward, Ontario, via the Blue Water Bridge. Cabin guests staying in and around Port Huron can spend a quiet day walking the river line or exploring the historic downtown area: the boardwalk, marina, museums, lighthouse and arena.
The Port Huron Museum is made up of four distinct parts, including the Carnegie Center, the Huron Lightship, the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, and the Thomas Edison Depot Museum — all set against a backdrop of brick storefronts, unique shops and local art galleries.
This city takes pride in its unique history and takes care to make a celebration of the local and regional culture. Some notable Port Huron points of pride include the 50s-era Port Huron Civic Theater, the Olde Towne Historic District residential area, the Blue Water Film Festival, and the Welkin Base Ball Club, the city’s vintage home team.
You’ll love historic architecture, the relaxed atmosphere, the gourmet cafes and the riverfront dining on the St. Claire and Black River! See the city from aboard the Blue Water Trolley, stroll the scenic mile-long Blue Water River Walk, or take a sight-seeing day cruise. The Port Huron City Marina offers boat slips for personal watercraft, as well as boat launch facilities on the Black River.
This city offers some wonderful public areas where you can relax, cast a line from shore, and watch the freighters float by. Port Huron maintains 17 waterfront areas — two of which are sand beaches — that allow residents and visitors alike to fish, swim, sunbathe, walk and jog, host a picnic, enjoy the view, and even play competitive sports right on the waterfront, with public-access volleyball and tennis courts and a softball field.
Port Huron, Michigan, is also home to the Sanborn Nature Area and the Court Street Swimming Pool, and it plays host to some exciting annual festivals and events. Examples include the St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl and parade, SandFest at the Fort Gratiot Light Station, Blue Water Fest and Port Huron to Mackinac Sailboat Race, and Rockin’ the Rivers musical entertainment along the waterfront.
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